Gatsby New Year's Eve Party

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Jazz and experimental

Mansion Bar

Tue Dec 31 2013

1920s party

Photo: Kara Harms

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Of course it's a fun idea but the photograph is not at all enticing, although it's a welcome relief from all the "let's stick out our tongues, screech & make Wooooooo noises to show what an enviable bunch we are" variety. Unfortunately this suggests either desultory conversations in your own clique or a hit & run with the one with the shortest skirt. The description makes it sound good so best of luck for a cheerful evening, but dear Time Out I'm not sure that "bloody" (apart from out of Eliza Doolittle's mouth) fits with "debonair", "swish" & "swanky", although if it's in the novel I apologise as it's a while since I read & even re-read it. Happy celebrations wherever midnight finds you.